Sunday, March 11, 2007

Tea time!

Last Wednesday the Bible study at the S's ended with a bonfire with REAL s'mores. But, being inspired by a tea the S's had had the year before in the states, we wanted to have one, which we hosted at our house. At first we set the table and talked, then went to the park to swing, and after taking a walk around the compound, we had tea. It was loads of fun, and our talk varied from weather to jokes. We wanted to watch Pride and Prejudice after we ate, but the C's had to leave and everyone else had to leave with them.
The picture to the right is all of us "girlies" dressed up. Cait is fourth from left and I'm farthest on the right.
The table setting:
Me, Sharon, and Hannah swinging:
Walking around the compound... thankfully the kids who would have yelled "weirdo" and such at us were not out, so we got no rude remarks. Well, one from a little 4 year old, but... yeah.
The morning I had spent washing the floors, straightening my room, folding napkins, and making Welsh Tea Cakes. After the tea, it was the right time for Fencing, so spur of the moment thing, we went fencing. It was more challenging than usual, a different instructor was there, but it was still fun.
Over'n'out
Kilo-Yankee
P.S. - Daddy said that next year I may get to do Mandolin instead of guitar... I can't wait!

12 comments:

BananaBint said...

Um, very, um, interesting, um, Kyleigh... he he. Sounds like you had fun! Do the S girls had red hair?

Kyleigh said...

Aye, they are the redheads. You know everyone else in the pictures.

berylla said...

ooo fun!!

thanks 4 the pics!!

lol!

Ilevot said...

you'd pick Mandolin over guitar?? :o I've never been much of a fan of them. some of the kids in our pastor's family play them.

Anna said...

Ahh, mandolin. Interesting.
I like the picture of you walking around the compound.... Pretty.
SHEESH you are taller now!
You should see the real Pride and Prejudice. The one that's six tapes long with Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy.
Anna

BananaBint said...

The REAL Pride and Prejudice as you put it, Anna, is actually I think 5 hours long. My sister loves all Jane Austin.

Kyleigh said...

It's 6.
But in a way, the newer one is closer to the book, though they don't have enough time to develop the characters fully in it.

Anna said...

Whatever. The old one is still better. :b to all you who don't agree. :)

BananaBint said...

It's 5. MAYBE 5 and 1/2. I don't really mind either. But Jane Austin is not my favorite.

Anna said...

P&P is my favorite. Haven't read the books and I haven't seen Emma, so I don't know for sure.

BananaBint said...

My sister LOVES Emma. You should see it. I personally like Sense and Senseability (How do you spell that?) the best.

Anna said...

Yeah, I saw S&S, but I didn't like it as much as P&P.